Portland, ME Edition: The Honey Paw

By Candace Nelson - 3:00 PM

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The Honey Paw is regarded as one of the best restaurants in Maine. The Asian-inspired restaurant has been profiled in The New York Times, Bon Appetit and more.

Honeypaw

"Having just awoken from a long winter hibernation a bear scoops a pawful of sweet honeycomb from a wild beehive. Despite the thick cloud of bees swarming about its head, the bear languidly feasts on the delicious honey, as content as can be. At The Honey Paw we aim to deliver the same experience for our guests, minus the bees. Instead of honeycomb we look to steaming broths, savory wontons, and wok-fried noodles to hit that same sweet spot."

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The menu features handmade noodles and a unique East-meets-West menu with a Maine twist.

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My first bite was some kimchi, as I waited for my first dish to arrive. Kimchi isn't my favorite of things, but I do like it paired with other flavors. I still nibbled to enjoy the flavors.

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Then, the lobster wontons came out. LOBSTER WONTONS: seafood curry, cauliflower, mushroom, basil. These were served in a broth and had some really beautiful color and texture variation. I love the play on flavors here, too.

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Then for my main dish, I ordered PORK & CRAB MEE GORENG: wok fried mien noodle, jonah crab, chili crab sambal. This packed some heat. And, there were fewer noodles than I would've loved, but still a fun and tasty dish.

The Honey Paw Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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